Why Believing in God Makes No Sense
S-F-i

Brodhead, KY

#62 Nov 1, 2013
I don't care if your a peist or neist. I just don't care and FYI we all judge every single day. The bible does say to make righteous judgments as well. If we judge according to scripture we've judged right. If we condemn with scripture then we judge ourselves.
If I tell your going to burn in hell I'm at risk of condemnation. But if I say what your doing or what your not doing conflicts with Gods written word. Then I've only pointed that out.

I can't and shouldn't cast stones. But when I commented on your past and how you might not of been as close to God as maybe what you thought you were. I made that assumption. It's not judging the wrong way nor condemning at all.

I study all religions and to be honest almost all other religions is in fact a copy write or knock off of Gods written will. All these religions originally came out of Babel. I can honestly back that up.
Look into this. The Harlot the bible talks about and the name of blasphemy written on her for head. The answer to that mystery is the Catholic priest in the last days. The hat he wears is shaped as a fish. This form of religion in the Catholic Church comes from an ancient religion that goes all the way back to Babel.
http://www.thetruthishere.com/dagon.html

Since: Jun 11

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#63 Nov 1, 2013
S-F-i wrote:
I don't care if your a peist or neist. I just don't care and FYI we all judge every single day. The bible does say to make righteous judgments as well. If we judge according to scripture we've judged right. If we condemn with scripture then we judge ourselves.
If I tell your going to burn in hell I'm at risk of condemnation. But if I say what your doing or what your not doing conflicts with Gods written word. Then I've only pointed that out.
I can't and shouldn't cast stones. But when I commented on your past and how you might not of been as close to God as maybe what you thought you were. I made that assumption. It's not judging the wrong way nor condemning at all.
I study all religions and to be honest almost all other religions is in fact a copy write or knock off of Gods written will. All these religions originally came out of Babel. I can honestly back that up.
Look into this. The Harlot the bible talks about and the name of blasphemy written on her for head. The answer to that mystery is the Catholic priest in the last days. The hat he wears is shaped as a fish. This form of religion in the Catholic Church comes from an ancient religion that goes all the way back to Babel.
http://www.thetruthishere.com/dagon.html
So the Hindu religion, which was developed no where near Iraq and is older than any form of the Abrahamic faiths, is based around your God? What about the Greek, Etruscan, and even Celtic/Pictish religions? That is just nonsense.

As for your website. That is just slightly less believable than the Ancient Aliens none sense.
S-F-i

Brodhead, KY

#64 Nov 1, 2013
http://www.jesus-is-savior.com/End%20of%20the...
Fine look at this site study it for yourself. If you still believe this is crazy ill leave you alone.
mike

Winchester, KY

#65 Nov 1, 2013
I believe in GOD although I'm not living the way GOD wants me too. I believe in my heart he is real. My mind can't imagine how people can say that there is no GOD. I believe deep down you know there's a GOD.
mike

Winchester, KY

#66 Nov 1, 2013
If your a true christian please pray for me and my wife and we have a 6yr old son.

Since: Jun 11

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#67 Nov 1, 2013
S-F-i wrote:
http://www.jesus-is-savior.com /End%20of%20the%20World/babylo n.htm
Fine look at this site study it for yourself. If you still believe this is crazy ill leave you alone.
Nothing more than rehashed dogma that doesn't say anything new, all while saying nothing new or revolutionary.

Let me ask you a simple question, is your God completely fair and just?
whispering hope

London, KY

#69 Nov 2, 2013
mike wrote:
If your a true christian please pray for me and my wife and we have a 6yr old son.
I'm praying for you and your family, mike. I'm praying for 'simple fact, too. I don't understand why anyone would want to tear down a person's hope.
You say you aren't living the way God wants you to; well, truth be told, there aren't too many people who are living the way wants us to. But every morning when I wake up, I pray and thank God for giving me another opportunity to try and live for Him, and ask Him to help me to do better than I did the day before. I'll keep praying for you, Mike. God bless you and your family.
whispering hope

London, KY

#70 Nov 2, 2013
Simple Fact 79 wrote:
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Nothing more than rehashed dogma that doesn't say anything new, all while saying nothing new or revolutionary.
Let me ask you a simple question, is your God completely fair and just?
Let me ask you a simple question, how does it benefit you to try and tear down the only hope people have in this life?
Preachers wife

Miami, FL

#71 Nov 2, 2013
whispering hope wrote:
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I'm praying for you and your family, mike. I'm praying for 'simple fact, too. I don't understand why anyone would want to tear down a person's hope.
You say you aren't living the way God wants you to; well, truth be told, there aren't too many people who are living the way wants us to. But every morning when I wake up, I pray and thank God for giving me another opportunity to try and live for Him, and ask Him to help me to do better than I did the day before. I'll keep praying for you, Mike. God bless you and your family.
I believe in Jesus. Without him I would have been in the mental institution. For life.
Doris

United States

#72 Nov 2, 2013
I am a believer and I will not let the atheists deceive me.
whispering hope

London, KY

#73 Nov 2, 2013
Preachers wife wrote:
<quoted text>I believe in Jesus. Without him I would have been in the mental institution. For life.
Amen, Sister! He's the only thing that makes life worth living. Without Him, who knows where I'd be!

Since: Jun 11

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#74 Nov 2, 2013
whispering hope wrote:
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Let me ask you a simple question, how does it benefit you to try and tear down the only hope people have in this life?
It is always better to live with ugly truths than pretty lies. As for hope, I have plenty of hope, love and joy in my life. You don't need fantasy to have hope.

Since: Oct 13

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#75 Nov 2, 2013
Simple Fact 79 wrote:
<quoted text>It is always better to live with ugly truths than pretty lies. As for hope, I have plenty of hope, love and joy in my life. You don't need fantasy to have hope.
You didn't answer his question and your first statement is an opinion but it is not true. What is wrong with living a lie if you are at peace and you do not know it is wrong? Truth is not always the best thing and to spread "the truth" is not a good thing to do either because how could it be if harm comes from it. It's best to just keep it to yourself. If you think it's a fantasy that's fine, but don't tear down someone's hope so you can set yours higher.
S-F-i

Brodhead, KY

#76 Nov 2, 2013
I can say God Is always fair and just.

Since: Jun 11

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#77 Nov 2, 2013
Yangster wrote:
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You didn't answer his question and your first statement is an opinion but it is not true. What is wrong with living a lie if you are at peace and you do not know it is wrong? Truth is not always the best thing and to spread "the truth" is not a good thing to do either because how could it be if harm comes from it. It's best to just keep it to yourself. If you think it's a fantasy that's fine, but don't tear down someone's hope so you can set yours higher.
What harm is there in believing in God, none, so long as you do not inflict that believe on others or try to make it the law of the land.

As for "spreading the truth", that is a foundational commandment of Christianity, to spread the "truth" of Jesus and win converts.

Since: Jun 11

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#78 Nov 2, 2013
S-F-i wrote:
I can say God Is always fair and just.
Ok, so a little question for it. Let's look at the possible lives of two people.

Person A spends his youth committing rape, robbery, and murder. They are never caught by the police or held accountable in this world for their crimes. On their death bed they repent.

Person B is a doctor who spends their life healing and helping people. They do charity work at free clinics and give money as well. They break no laws and always do the best they can for everyone. They are an Atheist.

By your religious views Person A spends eternity in Heaven and is never punished in the next life, while Person B burns in Hell forever. Show me the supreme justice in this.
Boris

Pikeville, KY

#79 Nov 3, 2013
RealityCheck123 wrote:
If asked, a Christian will say, "God knows everything, and he always has, and he always will. He can also do anything and make anything happen. All things are possible with God." Right?
So ... going along with Old Testament Genesis nonsense ... if God always knew, from the very beginning, everything that would ever happen, that means he knew that he would make Eve before he even made Adam. He knew he would tell them not to eat the "forbidden fruit," and he knew Eve would do so anyway. So basically, he let it all happen, set us up for failure from the beginning, sat back and let it happen, chose not to intervene.
Essentially, your version of "God" is a self-centered, malicious bastard. He knew what the world would be like. He could have created a utopia where everyone is healthy and happy, hell, even immortal, but he made weak, sickly humans and basically cursed us from creation.
So, you can either not believe he exists, or you can believe he exists but he is not benevolent and kind like you say.
The famous quote from Epicurus sums it up perfectly:
Is God willing to prevent evil, but not able?
Then he is not omnipotent.
Is he able, but not willing?
Then he is malevolent.
Is he both able and willing?
Then whence cometh evil?
Is he neither able nor willing?
Then why call him God?
If you can read, and I assume you can, since you got this far, explain to me how that quote DOESN'T make sense.
If god intervened all the time would we have free will or would we all just be robots .. I have no problem understanding how God is the only way we exist . To say that its all evolution is the dumb answer . Everything needed to make a paper clip is within a volcano how many eruptions would it take to make a perfect paper clip. When you see a paper clip do you think someone made it or do you think it just popped out of a volcano. If its logical that when you see a paper clip that someone made it, why is it that when you see life, "which is way more complicated than a paper clip" that you can't think wait a minute god must be real.?.
Boris

Pikeville, KY

#80 Nov 3, 2013
Simple Fact 79 wrote:
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Ok, so a little question for it. Let's look at the possible lives of two people.
Person A spends his youth committing rape, robbery, and murder. They are never caught by the police or held accountable in this world for their crimes. On their death bed they repent.
Person B is a doctor who spends their life healing and helping people. They do charity work at free clinics and give money as well. They break no laws and always do the best they can for everyone. They are an Atheist.
By your religious views Person A spends eternity in Heaven and is never punished in the next life, while Person B burns in Hell forever. Show me the supreme justice in this.

Why is it that you can't understand Free Will . How is it free will
if we were created perfect with no choices to be made all choices would have been pre made according to how you think God would be.. Woes to the ones whom have eyes but still can't see .
Boris

Pikeville, KY

#81 Nov 3, 2013
Simple Fact 79 wrote:
<quoted text>
Ok, so a little question for it. Let's look at the possible lives of two people.
Person A spends his youth committing rape, robbery, and murder. They are never caught by the police or held accountable in this world for their crimes. On their death bed they repent.
Person B is a doctor who spends their life healing and helping people. They do charity work at free clinics and give money as well. They break no laws and always do the best they can for everyone. They are an Atheist.
By your religious views Person A spends eternity in Heaven and is never punished in the next life, while Person B burns in Hell forever. Show me the supreme justice in this.
Who told you either would be in hell or heaven . Pretty sure it was a human. Human understanding of anything is relative only to whom you ask. We were given guide lines and seems i remember one Do not judge and you shall not be judged .. I would never say this person or that person is going to either place for i do not have the wisdom of God . Its just easy for me to know there is a God because i know . i can never convince anyone else of this i am sure but thats ok its not on me to convince anyone all i can say is that once you know like me nothing will ever change that fact in your life .
Boris

Pikeville, KY

#82 Nov 3, 2013
allot of blind people out there these days .

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